Pat Martynenko

12/07/2010 - 2:14pm

Here are some titles you might enjoy reading.

 

The Red Thread: a novel in three incarnations by Roderick Townley.

Bothered by insomnia, nightmares, and claustrophobia, sixteen-year-old Dana sees a therapist who hypnotizes her into remembering past lives, involving her in an age-old mystery and causing her to question what kind of person she is.

 

 

 

The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson.

08/27/2009 - 12:08pm

Here are some other titles you might enjoy reading.


Sabriel by Garth Nix.
This is a part of a trilogy. The 1st book is called Sabriel, and introduces us to the daughter of the necromancer Abhorsen, who must journey into the mysterious and magical Old Kingdom to rescue her father from the Land of the Dead. The 2 books that follow are Lirael and Abhorsen.

08/28/2009 - 9:50am

If you haven't already read her
other books like "How to Deal," "That Summer," "The Truth About
Forever," and "Just Listen", you might want to check them out. Also, you might enjoy:


Hope Was Here by Joan Bauer. (and anything by Joan Bauer)
When sixteen-year-old Hope and the aunt who has raised her move from
Brooklyn to Mulhoney, Wisconsin, to work as waitress and cook in the
Welcome Stairways diner, they become involved with the diner owner's
political campaign to oust the town's corrupt mayor.

12/06/2010 - 4:03pm

Here are some other titles you might enjoy reading. The first titles are fiction, followed by a link
to our African American History Booklist.

 

Kindred by Octavia Butler.

A young black women living in the contemporary world is transported back
and forth to the time of slavery in the US. It is historical and
contemporary fiction wrapped up into one. It is most appropriate for
older or more mature girls because the theme is strong and some of the
descriptions are graphic.

 

06/25/2012 - 4:15pm

Here are some other titles you might enjoy reading.

 

Fablehaven by Brandon Mull.

When Kendra and Seth go to stay at their grandparents' estate, they
discover that it is a sanctuary for magical creatures and that a battle
between good and evil is looming.

 

The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray.

08/28/2009 - 4:05pm

Having liked the book, The Key by Marianne Curley, here are some other titles you might enjoy reading.

 

08/28/2009 - 4:07pm

Having liked the book, Princess Academy by Shannon Hale, here are some other titles you might enjoy reading.

Once Upon a Marigold by Jean Ferris.
A young man with a mysterious past and a penchant for inventing things leaves the troll who raised him, meets an unhappy princess he has loved from afar, and discovers a plot against her and her father.

The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine.

With her adventurous sister, Meryl, suffering from the the Grey death meek and timid Princess Addie sets out to find a cure.

 

12/07/2010 - 1:34pm

Here are some other romance titles you might enjoy reading.

 

Peaches by Jodi Lynn Anderson.
Three teenaged girls from very different backgrounds, thrown together to
pick peaches in a Georgia orchard, spend a summer in pursuit of the
right boy, the truest of friends, and the perfect peach.

 

Honey, Baby, Sweetheart by Deb Caletti

12/09/2010 - 12:21pm

Thanks for requesting a Book Match. If you like books about frontier life and biographies, here are some other titles you might enjoy.

Our Only May Amelia by Jennifer L. Holm.
As the only girl in a Finnish American family of seven brothers, May Amelia Jackson resents being expected to act like a lady while growing up in Washington state in 1899.

05/28/2009 - 2:06pm

Thanks for your request for a book match. It sounds like you enjoy a wide variety of books. Here are a few book titles, but be sure to check out the link to all our lists. These lists are very helpful for someone like yourself who would like to explore Humor, Adventure, Action, Western, and Horror.

How to Eat Fried Worms
by Thomas Rockwell
Billy makes a bet that he can eat fifteen worms in fifteen days. Will he eat them fried, broiled, with ketchup and mustard, or raw?

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